Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Hot Dish: The Work Edition

Jobs! What's not to like?

Thankfully, lots!

Our upcoming Hot Dish, which will take place at 7:30pm on Thursday, September 29 at the Trylon Microcinema in Minneapolis, will feature 6 true stories about work-- at its worst, best, and most entertaining.

We'll hear from Jacob Wheeler about his summer as a golf cart chauffeur, after which he wrote a scintillating expose.

Maggie Ryan Sandford will make us groan as she recalls her highly sought-after position selling Scarface posters on behalf of a "Philly white guy" boss who considered himself pretty dope.

Hot Dish veteran Michele Campbell will teach us, as she once taught a group of Japanese students at Beloit College, how to swear.

Hot Dish co-founder Eric Larson will take the stage for the first time to tell us about the dark side of being an ice cream man in Portland, Oregon.

And Jon Spayde, back for another Hot Dish, will take us back to his life in the 1980s helping a dysfunctional Japanese educational institution, well, do whatever it is they were trying to do. It may or may not have been legal.

And of course the final teller will be one of you brave souls-- so start thinking up your funny, weird, sad, inspiring, raw, and otherwise relatable tales about your work life now. We'll pick the "7th Teller" randomly from a list of volunteers.

Tickets are $10-- get 'em here! Hope to see you.

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